Naturally, yoga exercises relax your body, mind and soul and helps you learn to focus. Apart from that it makes you more limber so your body doesn't ache as much.
Researchers say yoga may also help treat depression:
"We think that one of the reasons yoga makes people feel better is because it increases levels of GABA, a [brain chemical] that's reduced in depression and doesn't work well in [people with] anxiety," says study head Chris C. Streeter, MD, associate professor of psychiatry and neurology at Boston University School of Medicine.
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